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Travel Dreams: Brighton

When I had created my lovely blog, I had gave it a childish name as I had to think about it quickly, Wanderlustislife. Wanderlust had been my favorite word at the time and it represent that I have an obsession of wanting to travel the world. 182 more words

New SF Bicycle Coalition Director Says Transit Options Are Key; Wouldn't Want Car-Less Future

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— In a perfect transportation city, Noah Budnick thinks things would be “car light” rather than car free and we’d have plenty of options. 246 more words


Casa Don Carlos

I have to be honest; I’m a snob when it comes to Casa Don Carlos.  It’s not pretty, but it’s true.  I know many people who are utterly charmed by it, but I’ve never really fallen for its checked tablecloths, sangria by the bucketload and waiters who you suspect might shout an over-enthusiastic ‘¡Olé!’ at any moment.  523 more words


B96 Cares! Cares! Move Over For Sirens & Lights!

If you see a police car, ambulance or fire truck with its flashing lights on, move over to the lane farthest from them!

If that’s not possible, slow down and proceed with extreme caution! 22 more words

B96 Cares


I’ll get straight to it: I love Plateau.  When friends ask me to recommend a restaurant, Plateau is always on the list.  It does great cocktails, a fabulous wine list, service is always good and the food is some of the best in Brighton.  597 more words


AcoustiXclusive: Martyn Crocker - Honesty and Ambition

Previously known under the name This Calamity, Plymouth singer-songwriter Martyn Crocker has chosen to continue under his own name. His album Honesty and Ambition… 82 more words


Sidewalk Rage and Why Walking is Much Like Driving

Because I am a really fast walker naturally, I’ve noticed recently that walking along the street is like driving on the road. There are usually two lanes: right going forward/down, left going back/up. 742 more words